The Indian jewellery manufacturing fraternity is resilient and amidst a surge in Covid 19 cases in some states, lack of skilled artisans, liquidity issues and economic downturn, they are ploughing through the crisis to meet the ongoing festive and wedding demand
Jewellery retailers struggling with a surge in prices of the yellow metal are pushing marketing campaigns and rolling out exchange offers
Craft Pavilion at IIJS 2019, taking the initiative to revive traditional artforms of Indian jewellery
GJSCI has taken onus of nurturing the dying art form of Indian Jewellery. Several skill development initiatives to increase skilled workforce in jewellery industry
While a possible shift of manufacturing base by companies looking to deleverage their China strategy is in the offing, there will be hurdles for entry into India
P.Mangatram Jewelers exhibited the great Indian Jewellery which
included the specialized jewellery collection – ‘Deccani’ which represents the royal culture and taste of the Nizam’s of Hyderabad
The show is said to be a gateway to the Indian jewellery market, with a special focus on the bustling metropolis and surrounding regions.
The lots on offer range from period jewellery with unparalleled craftsmanship to innovative designs which combine traditional and contemporary techniques.
The world’s trusted authority in diamond certification and education, IGI, announced their decision to certify uncut, unpolished diamonds, giving the Indian bridal dream, its mark of authenticity.
Saffronart's "Timeless Legacy of Indian Jewels" - a Priceless Dialogue about India's Prized Posessions
Saffronart’s inaugural jewellery conference, The Timeless Legacy of Indian Jewels, that concluded in Mumbai on Saturday night was a scintillating conversation about the heritage of Indian Jewellery.
The demand for jewellery products has been muffled by higher inflation, less positive macroeconomic environment, and attempts by the Indian Government to force a reduction in gold and polished diamonds imports. With persistent inflation, prices for g
Manish Arora in collaboration with Amrapali Jewels is set to rule the Paris Fashion Week. His collection is inspired by Indian jewellery.
Till recently, the Indian jewellery market was considered to be amongst the most promising in the world. With a long standing culture of jewellery wearing in the country, and a strong wedding and festival market, it seemed that the sun would always shine
The summit saw interactive sessions, factory visits and one-on-one meetings held between European retailers and 15 leading Indian jewellery manufacturers.
Good news for the Indian jewellery industry, comprehensively washing away that last lingering dark shadows that had been cast by the global recession of 2008-2009.
The competition in the gems and jewellery industries around the world has been growing rapidly. The Thai gems and jewellery industry feels that it must be strong enough to face competition...